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By Dan Perrine
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Lady Bobcats win their volleyball tournament

 

Last updated 8/29/2022 at 10:27am

Greenlea Oldham had two blocks and four kills in the Lady Bobcats volleyball tournament over the weekend.

The Orangefield Lady Bobcats hosted bracket play in their Lady Bobcat Volleyball Tournament this past weekend Thursday and Saturday. The Lady Bobcats won the Orange Bracket of the tournament while the Orangefield Junior Varsity grabbed second place in the White Bracket of the tournament.

From Thursday's pool play advancing to the Orange Bracket was Hamshire-Fannett, Buna, Anahuac, and Orangefield. The following teams Evadale, Deweyville, Orangefield JV, and West Orange-Stark advanced to the White Bracket.

On Saturday the Orangefield Varsity first battled with Hamshire Fannett (18-25, 25-21, and 15-13) and then with Buna (25-18, 15-25, and 15-13). These wins advanced Orangefield to the Orange Bracket Championship.

The Lady Bobcats finished the day undefeated and captured the Orange Bracket Championship for the second year in a row. Orangefield won the championship match 25-21 and 25-16 beating Hamshire-Fannett for the second time on Saturday.

Kylie Mouton had seven kills for the Lady Bobcats in the weekend volleyball tournament

Leading the Lady Bobcats were Greenlea Oldham with 2 blocks and 4 kills as well as Kylie Mouton who had a team high 7 kills on 7 attempts. Kaitlyn Jenkins and Libby Thurman each had 2 aces for Orangefield.

The Orangefield Junior Varsity continued their impressive play by taking care of both Evadale (25-21, 21-25, and 15-13) and Deweyville (25-19, 25-10) in their opening games to advance to the Championship of the White Bracket.

The Lady Bobcats Junior Varsity fell to Deweyville in the Championship round 25-19, 13-25, and 8-15, but took home second place of the White Bracket. It was a complete team effort all weekend with standout net play from Ava Dyer, defense from Paris Becker, and freshman Jaydin Agerton alongside Addisyn Moore set up the offense well for the Orangefield Junior Varsity.

 

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